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Site names best programs leading to employment in videogame industry

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Site names best programs leading to employment in videogame industry

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Irons is interviewed about her ongoing Invasive Pigments project, and discusses the project's connections to (and tensions with) the fields of urban ecology, invasion biology and conservation.

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The Tactical Humanities Lab (THL) is recruiting undergraduate research participation for assistance on several projects, including gaming and AI, identity and DNA testing, and digital safe spaces for women of color. Click through for project and position descriptions, and contact Professor Jim Malazita with questions before January 24th.

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Conversation centers on Animation at RPI, highlighting EArts, EMAC, and GSAS programs.

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Ben Caulkins, Sam Suite recoginized for their work on IO Interloper

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Ben Caulkins, Sam Suite recoginized for their work on IO Interloper

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Arts senior lecturer Nicholas Demaison on creating performance score for "Nubian Word for Flowers"

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Addiction expert says the US must look at larger forces, such as regional economic changes, for answers

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Interview appears in current issue of the online magazine

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An open event featuring student work in STS, sustainability studies, gender studies, and design

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Award recognizes work on the adventure game  "What Remains of Edith Finch" 

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An open event featuring student work in STS, sustainability studies, gender studies, and design

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STS Professor Cynthia Cook has published her first novel, Alice and Me. A work of historical fiction, the novel is about a woman who started a religious movement in Zambia in the 1950s. 

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Part of an ongoing study of human “extreme expertise”

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First-ever GSAS lecture series welcomes Dr. Hartmut Koenitz, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands

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First-ever GSAS lecture series welcomes Dr. Hartmut Koenitz, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands

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First-ever GSAS lecture series welcomes Dr. Hartmut Koenitz, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, Netherlands

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A staged reading of Quiero Volver will be performed on Friday, October 20, 2017 at 7:00pm in the Leslie Phillips Theater, Holyoke Community College. This performance is free and open to the public, and sponsored by Holyoke Community College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Northampton Community Television. 

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All meetings Weds. at noon – 2:00 pm in Sage 4711 unless otherwise noted

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Dr. Heather Dewy-Hagborg (ARTS PhD 2016) on the cover of Leonardo Journal, with a top ranked Rensselaer PhD abstract!

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Speaker is Frank Lichtenberg, Courtney C. Brown Professor of Business, Columbia University Graduate School of Business

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Popular speaker series moves to Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in Sage 4711, except as noted

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Speaker is Frank Lichtenberg, Courtney C. Brown Professor of Business, Columbia University Graduate School of Business

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The EPA Summit is cross-disciplinary gathering bringing together artists, thinkers, scientists and others in the fields of urban ecology, art, dance, movement and performance to explore the possibility of embodied research, and the value of urban weeds as collaborators, guides and mentors. Co-hosted by Catherine Grau, Arts PhD student Ellie Irons, andrea haenggi, Christopher Kennedy, and the plants of 1067 Pacific Street.

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Please join us for food at the opening at the Shelnutt Gallery on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 3:00PM-4:30PM

This exhibition is about one man’s indenture on the Manor of Rensselaerwyck during the 1800’s up to a decade before the Civil War. 

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Rensselaer's writing and speaking center, the Center for Communication Practices (CCP), is open for the Fall 2017 semester.

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Popular speaker series moves to Tuesdays at 4:00 pm in Sage 4711, except as noted

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Grad student's work is "an unexpected marriage [of] socially engaged art and citizen science for youth outreach"

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